6 edition of Adsorption on Surfaces and Surface Diffusion of Adsorbates (Landolt-Bornstein) found in the catalog.
August 24, 2001
Written in English
|Contributions||E.I. Altman (Contributor), M. Bienfait (Contributor), H.P. Bonzel (Contributor), R. Diehl (Contributor), M.Y.L. Jung (Contributor), V.G. Lifshitz (Contributor), M.E. Michel (Contributor), R. Miranda (Contributor), R. McGrath (Contributor), K. Oura (Contributor), A.A. Saranin (Contributor), E.G. Seebauer (Contributor), P. Zeppenfeld (Contributor), A.V. Zotov (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||530|
Adsorption from the liquid phase onto nanoparticles and porous solids: charge regulation at the surface of a porous solid; surface ionization and complexation; the surface charge of alkali halides in their saturated solutions; ionic adsorbates on hydrophobic surfaces; adsorption of metaCited by: The book proceeds to atomic and electronic structure of surfaces. The final four chapters discuss surfaces containing adsorbed atoms or molecules; topics include adsorption, desorption, surface diffusion, thin film behavior, and nanostructures on surfaces. I like the book because of its clarity and compactness.
Introduction Many physical and chemical processes occur at different interfaces. Adsorption (not to be confused with absorption) is one of the main and basic surface phenomena. Adsorption is found to occur in many natural physical, biological, and chemical systems. It is widely used in laboratory research and industrial Size: 1MB. Laser‐induced thermal desorption (LITD) techniques were used to study the adsorption, desorption, and surface diffusion kinetics of NH 3 on MgO() single‐crystal surfaces. Isothermal LITD adsorption measurements revealed that the sticking coefficient of NH 3 on MgO() was constant vs coverage and decreased with increasing surface temperature. The adsorption kinetics were consistent Cited by:
The potential energy surface (PES) of NO on Pt() has been elucidated: the adsorption states and diffusion processes of NO on Pt() at low coverage were investigated by using infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (IRAS) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). When NO molecules adsorb on a surface at a low temperature (11 K), each molecule transiently migrates on the surface from the Author: N. Tsukahara, J. Yoshinobu. The ability to directly probe the adsorption configurations of organic regioisomeric molecules, specifically nonplanar isomers, on well-defined substrates holds promise to revolutionize fields dependent on nanoscale processes, such as catalysis, surface science, .
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The adsorption of atoms and molecules on solid surfaces is, for example, such a condition, connected with more or less drastic changes of all surface properties. An adsorption event is frequently observed in nature and found to be of technical importance in many industrial : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Buy Adsorption on Surfaces and Surface Diffusion of Adsorbates (Landolt-Börnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. The adsorption of atoms and molecules on solid surfaces is, for example, such a condition, connected with more or less drastic changes of all surface properties.
An adsorption event is frequently observed in nature and found to be of technical importance in many industrial processes.5/5(1). The present monograph is a first attempt to provide a synthesis of the ways that surface geometric and energetic heterogeneities affect both the equilibria and the time evolution of adsorption on real solids.
The book contains 17 chapters written by a team of internationally recognized specialists, some of whom have already published books on Edition: 1. The rigorous statistical thermodynamics of interacting linear adsorbates (k-mers) on a discrete one-dimensional space is presented in the lattice gas approximation.
The coverage and temperature dependence of the Helmholtz free energy, chemical potential, entropy, and specific heat are given. The chemical diffusion coefficient of the adlayer is calculated through collective relaxation of.
Abstract. Adsorption/desorption phenomena have already been treated in Chap. 9 devoted to the structure of surfaces with adsorbates. In particular, the basic terms (for example, adsorbate, substrate, physisorption, chemisorption, coverage) have been by: 3.
Dijfusion of adsorbates on metal surfaces 1. Introduction This review will attempt to present the theory of surface diffusion and the principal methods of measuring surface diffusion coefficients of atoms and molecules adsorbed on metal surfaces.
It will also give the major results of such measurements to by: The review covers studies of the surface diffusion of adsorbed species on single crystal substrates. Experimental techniques employed in investigations of the surface diffusion of adsorbates are discussed.
Emphasis is placed on the analysis of data obtained at considerable degrees of by: adsorbates at metal surfaces in the light of recent developments in the ﬁeld. Albeit comprehensive reviews [15–24], book sections [25,26], conference proceedings [27–29] and notably a seminal report  on surface diffusion exist, a fair number of new ﬁndings and technical developments have been.
Elementary Processes of Gas-Surface Interaction, Adsorption. Energy Accommodation Coefficients, Sticking Probability, Models of Energy Transfer and Adsorption, Surface Diffusion, Mechanisms of Surface Diffusion, Desorption, Surface-Structure Sensitivity of Thermal Cited by: By studying this for various surface loadings, pore and surface diffusions can be fully characterized.
Mathematical modeling of transient permeation is detailed for pure gases or vapors diffusion and adsorption in porous media. Effects of nonlinearity of adsorption isotherm, pressure, temperature and heat effects were considered in the by: Diffusion of adsorbates on cell surface is an important natural process.
Once materials reach at the surface of the cell, they fall on a dynamic two-dimensional (2D) plane. The dynamical nature of the constituents of the plane has been explained in detail from a Author: Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman.
Diffusion of adsorbates on cell surface is an important natural process. Once materials reach at the surface of the cell, they fall on a dynamic two-dimensional (2D) plane. A review of theoretical models of adsorption, diffusion, desorption, and reaction of gases on metal surfaces Consideration is also given to the effects of lateral interactions between adsorbates and to the ability of lattice-gas models to provide a representation of the dependences of rate and diffusion coefficients on adsorbate coverage Cited by: Adsorption of (Small) Molecules on Metal Surfaces Surface Science Approach to Catalysis Adsorption, Bonding and Reactivity of Unsaturated and Multifunctional Molecules Volume 6: Solid-Gas Interfaces II Topics covered: Adsorption of Large Organic Molecules Chirality of Adsorbates Adsorption on Semiconductor Surfaces Adsorption on Oxide Surfaces.
Do et al. () also investigated the surface diffusion and adsorption of hydrocarbons in activated carbon and a mathematical model was developed to describe these processes.
Effects of. Exact forms for the thermodynamic functions of linear adsorbates in one dimension are presented in the lattice gas description of localized adsorption with multisite occupancy. A modified form of the adsorption isotherm for linear adsorbates on heterogeneous substrates is proposed, by introducing the rigorous expression for the Helmholtz free energy of the adlayer on a homogeneous one Cited by: The diffusion of water molecules and clusters across the surfaces of materials is important to a wide range of processes.
Interestingly, experiments have shown that on certain substrates, water Author: Wei Fang. Determine the surface activity, surface concentration, from the measurement of σ as a function of c2. z The importance of the adsorption control in various applications ⇒ described in text book.
(p~) Adsorption at the solid-vapor interface Solid characteristics are history-dependent. So, File Size: 1MB. Notes on Terminology. Substrate - frequently used to describe the solid surface onto which adsorption can occur; the substrate is also occasionally (although not here) referred to as the adsorbent.; Adsorbate - the general term for the atomic or molecular species which are adsorbed (or are capable of being adsorbed) onto the substrate.; Adsorption - the process in which a molecule.
Surface diffusion kinetics can be thought of in terms of adatoms residing at adsorption sites on a 2D lattice, moving between adjacent (nearest-neighbor) adsorption sites by a jumping process.   The jump rate is characterized by an attempt frequency and a thermodynamic factor that dictates the probability of an attempt resulting in a successful jump.or by 3D diffusion to a “non-specific” (i.e., non- target) region of the surface followed by adsorp- tion and two-dimensional (2D) surface diffusion to the target.
A more general intermediate case can occur if the adsorption to the surface is reversible. In principle, the rates of capture from.Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions or molecules from a gas, liquid or dissolved solid to a surface.
This process creates a film of the adsorbate on the surface of the adsorbent. This process differs from absorption, in which a fluid is dissolved by or permeates a liquid or solid, respectively. Adsorption is a surface phenomenon, while absorption involves the whole volume of the material.
The term sorption .